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Table 5 Outcome of octogenarians undergoing cardiac surgery

From: Concomitant ablation of atrial fibrillation in octogenarians: an observational study

  procedure author year n operative mortality longterm survival
       1 year 5 years
CABG isolated Alexander [19] 2000 4306 8.1% (hospital) - -
  isolated Kolh [18] 2001 70 10.0% (hospital) - 65.8%
  isolated Scott [2] 2005 155 9.0% (30 days) - -
AVR combined Alexander [19] 2000 345 10.1% (hospital) - -
  isolated and combined Sundt [20] 2000 133 11.0% (30 days) 80.0% 55.0%
  isolated Kolh [18] 2001 70 8.5% (hospital) - 63.6%
  combined Kolh [18] 2001 30 26.5% (hospital) - 62.4%
  isolated and combined Chiappini [23] 2004 115 8.5% (hospital) 86.4% 69.4%
  isolated and combined Langanay [3] 2006 442 7.5% - -
MVP-/R combined Alexander [19] 2000 92 19.7% (hospital) - -
  isolated Kolh [18] 2001 12 25.0% (hospital)   57.1%
  isolated and combined Nagendran [4] 2005 58 15.5% (hospital) - 70.0%
  1. AVR, aortic valve replacement; CABG, coronary artery bypass grafting; MVP-/R, mitral valve plasty/replacement